Cattle from Brungle to Adelaide

19 September 1849 The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser 


News reached town last week, stating that Mr. John Keighran had arrived at the Darling on his way to Adelaide with a large number of cattle and horses from Brungle Plains, Tumut River, New South Wales.

The cattle are said to consist chiefly of working bullocks. They may be expected at Adelaide during the week

Adelaide Times, Sept. 3.


Besides those of Mr. Keighran, at the Darling, en route for Adelaide, there are 400 head of horses just come overland from New South Wales, and are now about Moorunde.

They are chiefly owned by Mr. Rolffe and Mr. Baker, and consist of mixed descriptions and ages.

They are accompanied by a lot of Mr. Newman's cattle from the Darling. 

Adelaide Times, Sept. 3.